Switzerland Marathon in 2015?

Here’s an idea for those who may be in shape in 2015! Entry fees are only 45- 65 Euro depending on when you sign up so $60-88…cheap race, and you get to go through 3 countries!  

Skarkasse 3-Laender Marathon – Offering runners the unique opportunity to run through three countries—Germany, Austria andSwitzerland—all in one single race, this 26.2-mile journey starts along the harbor on the island of Lindau, Germany, before taking runners through several Austrian towns, and then crossing the Swiss border and finishing in Bregenz. With 60 percent of the course along the shores of Lake Constance, this race is flat and fast, not to mention that temperatures tend to be moderate in October, when the race is held. Along with the views, the varied terrain, featuring cobblestone, gravel and asphalt, keeps things interesting.

Inculded in the organisation fee:

Runners Trade fair, Heathcare Symposium, Pasta Party on the Ship MS Vorarlberg, High tech Timing Mika Champion Chip, Cloth transport, official 3 country marathon medal, Ferry from Bregenz to Lindau, Coordinated catering for runners along the track and after the finish line, Massage service after finish line, free entry to the indoor pool (only ladies), free transfer with train and bus within Vorarlberg Verkehrverbund on race day.


The rules

Anyone can take part, who has received a written entry confirmation and is physically fit. The full marathon is open to participants born in or before 1995 (18 years and above). The Sparkasse Marathon is organized in accordance with the regulations of the Austrian/German Athletic Associations (ÖLV&DLV) and the IAAF. Accompanying vehicles (automobiles, Bicycles, motorcycles) are prohibited on the course. Wheel chairs and all other rolling devices are not allowed. Pets and animals are also forbidden. The course surface is asphalted or graded. During some of the stages, it will be necessary to run on the opposite side of the road, please be vigilant. Be aware of fellow runners and keep a necessary distance,especially when passing.